Sat, Jan 05, 2002

David Limbaugh | January 05, 2002

Did you hear about the Democrats¹ strategy to use the war on terrorism to their political advantage in upcoming congressional elections?

Robert Novak | January 05, 2002

George W. Bush's previously unannounced visit to Riverside County, Calif., this weekend sent two messages: the post-Sept. 11 moratorium on politics is over, and he has not given up on the nation's most populous state.

Fri, Jan 04, 2002

Thomas Sowell | January 04, 2002

Self preservation is said to be the first law of nature, and this applies not only to human beings but also to organizations and movements.

Michelle Malkin | January 04, 2002

If homeland defense means anything, it means being able to dictate who can and cannot call our country home.

Larry Elder | January 04, 2002

Dear President Bush, "What can we do to help win the war against terrorism?" Americans all across the country eagerly ask.

Mona Charen | January 04, 2002

While the image of men shaving their long beards and women uncovering their faces after the rout of the Taliban was gratifying, we now seem in danger of edging into cultural imperialism.

Cal Thomas | January 04, 2002

President Bush returns to Washington this week with progress in the war against terrorism but knowing the conflict is nowhere near over.

Oliver North | January 04, 2002

Poor Bill Clinton. He is out of office, out of the limelight and, according to recent press reports, it's driving him out of his mind.

Frank Gaffney | January 04, 2002

If Pakistan and India go to nuclear war in coming days, each country will be blamed for precipitating that calamity. The real responsibility, however, will lie elsewhere -- with Communist China.

Jacob Sullum | January 04, 2002

In August 1998, Chicago police officer Michael Ceriale, a 26-year-old rookie, was shot with a Smith & Wesson revolver during a stakeout at a public housing project.

John McCaslin | January 04, 2002

We have returned to Washington, having ushered in the new year amid the snow-covered hills and hollows of West Virginia, where we visited the new Robert C. Byrd monument.

Larry Kudlow | January 04, 2002

In case you didn't see it over the New Year's weekend, Barron's published a provocative and counter-conventional article by L. Douglas Lee

Thu, Jan 03, 2002

Ann Coulter | January 03, 2002

Well on his way to becoming Wayne Newton, impeached former president Bill Clinton recently instructed his advisers to "devise ways to remind the public of his accomplishments and defend his legacy"

Brent Bozell | January 03, 2002

Now that the intensity level of the major media's war coverage is downsized, routinized and parceled out casually between commercial breaks...

Jonah Goldberg | January 03, 2002

Most centuries are a bit tardy. The 20th didn't really start until after World War I.

Cal Thomas | January 03, 2002

What most delights about a New Year is its freshness. Old things are passed away. Except for Sept. 11.

Suzanne Fields | January 03, 2002

The new millennium, despite what the calendar says, actually arrived on Sept. 11, 2001, borne on the wings of evil.

Debra J. Saunders | January 03, 2002

The Miss America Organization might be saying adios to Atlantic City after this year's pageant.

Emmett Tyrrell | January 03, 2002

What relief, the season of festive Washington parties is over! Now, I can smile again.

Kathleen Parker | January 03, 2002

One of my best columns ever - the one in which I praised the quiet heroism of a woman named Eileen Stanley - turns out not to be entirely true.

Ross Mackenzie | January 03, 2002

The first year of the millennium now enters history as one of sorrow and woe unbounded

Bruce Bartlett | January 03, 2002

Democrats in Congress, especially Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, are staking their political lives on the current recession being a replay of the 1990-91 downturn.

William F. Buckley | January 03, 2002

We speak, with some justification, of yesterday's war with Afghanistan.

Robert Novak | January 03, 2002

Nearly three years ago, career federal prosecutor Charles LaBella became a hero for Republicans, martyred by the Clinton administration's politicized Justice Department.

Wed, Jan 02, 2002

Michelle Malkin | January 02, 2002

Where could Osama bin Laden, the terrorist mastermind with bad kidneys and a shrinking bank account, be hiding?

Walter E. Williams | January 02, 2002

Let's list just a few instances of harms and decide whether they should be banned.

David Limbaugh | January 02, 2002

In my last column, I wrote that President Bush should not use the Constitution¹s recess appointment clause to install two nominees on which the Democratic Senate refuses to permit a vote. Though most conservatives apparently disagree, I stand by my position.

Pat Buchanan | January 02, 2002

"Economic unity and political unity are twins: one cannot be born without the other following," said Friedrich List, the famed German economist and nationalist. Again and again, history has proven List right.

Phyllis Schlafly | January 02, 2002

Liberals and conservatives have a big problem with George W. Bush: He is fulfilling his campaign promises.

Jack Kemp | January 02, 2002

The so-called economic "stimulus" bill collapsed in Congress just before the holidays, and it's just as well.

Bruce Bartlett | January 02, 2002

I, like most Americans, have been extraordinarily impressed with President George W. Bush's prosecution of the war against the Al Qaeda terrorists.

Robert Novak | January 02, 2002

Several weeks ago, President Bush's aides placed discreet telephone calls to members of the Republican political network.

Armstrong Williams | January 02, 2002

In a country predicated upon the acquisition of wealth, the poor are regarded with equal parts fear and disgust.

Marvin Olasky | January 02, 2002

Just as the last pre-Christmas Sunday brings to church doors some folks unseen all year, so the last pre-Christmas newspaper issues typically include references to Jesus by columnists who show little knowledge of the Bible.

George Will | January 02, 2002

What, you may wonder, is the point of conducting elections if candidates are forbidden to say anything that might enable voters to make informed choices?

Mon, Dec 31, 2001

Brent Bozell | December 31, 2001

The 1987 film "Broadcast News" played on the usual caricature of the network anchorman, all style and no substance, all calm and reassuring presence and not much candlepower upstairs to muddle the image.

David Limbaugh | December 31, 2001

Senate Democrats have been shamelessly wrong to block President Bush's Labor and State appointments for crass political reasons. President Bush is considering recess appointments to bypass the Senate. He should not.

Mona Charen | December 31, 2001

In the hours after American Airlines Flight 63 landed safely thanks to the courage and strength of the flight attendants and passengers, there was a refreshing clarity about the sexes evident in the land.

Suzanne Fields | December 31, 2001

New Year's Eve, like Valentine's Day, is one of the festive holidays that forces the issue of "togetherness."

Debra J. Saunders | December 31, 2001

Clarence Aaron has been sentenced to as much time as FBI-agent-turned-Russian-spy Robert Hanssen.

Linda Chavez | December 31, 2001

Remember when practically everybody -- even some people who voted for him -- thought maybe George W. Bush wasn't smart enough to be president?

John Leo | December 31, 2001

It's time for this column's roundup of the year's most memorable aphorisms, adages and other sayings.

Robert Novak | December 31, 2001

Sen. Christopher Dodd of Connecticut has advised friends that he is considering a run for the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination.

Joel Mowbray | December 31, 2001

Two weeks ago, a seemingly typical television show farewell marked the end of the line for a distinctly atypical character, Eriq La Salle's Dr. Peter Benton on NBC's ER, and the turnout showed how colorblind America has become. What lessons liberal Hollywood chooses to learn, however, remains to be seen.

Sun, Dec 30, 2001

Thomas Sowell | December 30, 2001

When Mark McGwire had his incredible 70-home run season in 1998, nobody thought that his record would be broken just three years later.

Michelle Malkin | December 30, 2001

Even if you have only a passing interest in today's popular music, I urge you to pay attention to the loathsome record nominated this week by Washington Post staff writer David Segal as the "Best Album" of 2001.

Oliver North | December 30, 2001

For most of us, the end of one year and the beginning of another is a time to reflect on the past and make resolutions for the future.

Debra J. Saunders | December 30, 2001

These are a few things I'd like to see in 2002.

Jacob Sullum | December 30, 2001

It's doubtful that gin, rum, vodka, whiskey or tequila will replace champagne as the preferred beverage of the new year, no matter how many commercials for distilled spirits appear on NBC.

Kathleen Parker | December 30, 2001

You've heard the names of the firemen and police officers who died on Sept. 11, read the bios of men and women who died at their desks or aboard hijacked airplanes, listened to the eulogies of the famous among them.

Larry Kudlow | December 30, 2001

Two thousand and one was a year of tumultuous change, marked by war and recession, heartbreak and fear -- but also resiliency and recovery.

George Will | December 30, 2001

To see the banknotes of Europe's new common currency is to see Europe's future.

Armstrong Williams | December 30, 2001

I nervously dab my forehead with a handkerchief, jam my hands in my pockets and board a flight for the first time since 9/11.